On the eastern edge of the square, you can admire the Carpaccio House.
In front of the house stands the pillar of St Justina built in 1572.
In 1935, they placed it on this spot to commemorate the victory over the Ottomans in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.
Before that, the pillar was located on the Porporella Pier, the current manderaggio of the town.
Another interesting feature is a fountain from the mid-15th century brought from Venice.
It only found its place in the square in 1935.
The view from the square towards the sea is partially blocked by Taverna.
Previously a salt storehouse for the Venetians, it serves as a multi-purpose event space.